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Little, Copp each net third of the season in 2-1 win

by Mitchell Clinton @MClinton007 / WinnipegJets.com

The Winnipeg Jets improved to 3-1-1 on the back half of back-to-back games with a gutsy effort in Chicago to pick up their second straight road win.

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Copp scores winner as Jets down Blackhawks

Little scores other, while Hellebuyck makes 25 saves

by Ryan Dittrick @ryandittrick / WinnipegJets.com

CHICAGO, IL - It was the ultimate chess match and the perfect road game, all wrapped in one.

A Picasso? Maybe not, but as Bryan Little explained post-game, it just doesn't matter.

"We got it done."

The Winnipeg Jets walked into two of the most challenging rinks in the National Hockey League - on back-to-back nights, no less - and took both in clinical fashion.

Tonight, it was the top team in the Western Conference on the other side, and not a soul backed down.

Andrew Copp broke a 1-1 tie with 4:45 to play in the third period, and Connor Hellebuyck made 25 big saves to give the Jets to a 2-1 win over the Chicago Blackhawks.

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GAME DAY: Jets finish weekend getaway in Chicago

6:00pm CT - TV: Sportsnet; Radio: TSN 1290

by Mitchell Clinton @MClinton007 / WinnipegJets.com

Video: JetsTV Road Report

CHICAGO, IL - One day after a 3-2 overtime win in St. Louis snapped a six-game road winless streak, the Winnipeg Jets (12-13-2) face another Central Division team with a dominant home record: the Chicago Blackhawks (16-7-3).

Chicago's 10-1-2 mark at the United Center is only one point behind Montreal and St. Louis for the most points gained on home ice this season.

Tweet from @NHLJets: Maurice added there will be no line-up changes tonight, except in goal. Connor Hellebuyck will start.

But after knocking off the Blues last night, the Jets come into Chicago with a new found confidence in the dressing room.

"Anytime you beat a team in your division, and especially a team like St. Louis that's really tough to play against, it can do a lot for your confidence," said Bryan Little, who scored the overtime winner last night. "Hopefully we come out in Chicago and have some legs. That would be another two big points for us."

 

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Infographic: Jets vs Blues

Jets start road trip with overtime win in St. Louis

by Mitchell Clinton @MClinton007 / WinnipegJets.com

Patrik Laine and Bryan Little each had two points as the Jets worked overtime to earn a 3-2 OT win against the Blues.

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Little, Laine hook up to give Jets huge OT win

Bryan Little and Patrik Laine score 1G, 1A each in victory

by Ryan Dittrick @ryandittrick / WinnipegJets.com

ST. LOUIS, MO - It was way back on Day 1 of training camp, but the very thought of it appealed to Bryan Little.

It made sense. Who better than a veteran centreman with the requisite offensive toolkit, and the savvy defensive ability to help a young rookie adapt to the big-league game?

Twenty-seven games later - 23 of which he spent sidelined with a lower-body injury - Little was finally paired with rookie sensation Patrik Laine, and boy, did they look good together.

Little and Laine had a goal and an assist each, including a beautiful connection only 17 seconds into overtime, to lift the Jets to a gritty 3-2 win over the division rival St. Louis Blues.

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GAME DAY: Jets begin quick road trip in St. Louis

6:00pm CT - TV: Sportsnet; Radio: TSN 1290

by Mitchell Clinton @MClinton007 / WinnipegJets.com

Video: JetsTV Road Report

ST. LOUIS, MO - The Winnipeg Jets look to snap a six-game road winless skid when they face off with the St. Louis Blues at Scottrade Center tonight.

The Jets are 0-5-1 away from MTS Centre since beating the Arizona Coyotes on Nov. 10, and will be in tough against a Blues team that not only sits second in the Central Division, but is also 11-1-2 at home.

"I see it, and we should all see it, as a must win," said Mathieu Perreault.

"They play hard, so I don't see this game opening up too much. They don't give you much. We're going to have to be patient, work, and hopefully bury the chances you're going to get, and go from there."

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On the road again

After getting four of six points on a home stand, the Jets now focus on a Central Division back-to-back

by Mitchell Clinton @MClinton007 / WinnipegJets.com

One day after a three-game home stand ended with a 6-3 loss to the Edmonton Oilers, the Winnipeg Jets were back at the rink Friday prior to boarding a flight to St. Louis to begin a two-game road trip.

The Jets picked up four of a possible six points during the three-game stretch at MTS Centre, but only being able to kill off one of the four penalties they took last night led to points five and six slipping away.

"We can't be taking that many penalties," said Mark Scheifele. "If we take that many penalties we're going to get burned. It's something we definitely have to fix."

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Jets give Oilers "too much respect" in 6-3 loss

Laine scores two power-play goals but Jets fall in third of a three-game home stand

by Ryan Dittrick @ryandittrick / WinnipegJets.com

WINNIPEG - The high-flying Edmonton Oilers came into the night with their offence in a rut, scoring just five goals and going 0-for-12 on the power play in their past three games, all defeats.

No more.

The Oilers, led by Mark Letestu and Leon Draisaitl's greasy two-goal efforts, got three on the power play Thursday to help them sail past the Jets by a 6-3 margin.

The Jets, who had a five-game home winning streak come to an end, had only one successful penalty kill.

With the win, the Oilers improve to 8-1 this year when scoring at least one power-play marker.

Patrik Laine scored twice for the Jets - both on the power play - while Connor Hellebuyck made 23 saves, but was pulled after the sixth Oilers goal.

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Infographic: Jets vs Oilers

Jets end home stand with 6-3 loss to Edmonton

by Mitchell Clinton @MClinton007 / WinnipegJets.com

Patrik Laine scored twice on the power play, but the Jets gave up three goals on the penalty kill, and ultimately dropped a 6-3 decision to the Oilers.

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True North hosts Winnipeg Jets toy drive

Toy drive will be held Dec. 18 against the Colorado Avalanche

by Winnipeg Jets Press Release @WpgJetsPR / WinnipegJets.com

Winnipeg, MB - True North Sports + Entertainment is pleased to host the annual Winnipeg Jets Toy Drive at the Jets' game on Dec.18th versus the Colorado Avalanche. For Jets fans who are unable to attend the Avs/Jets game, they are encouraged to bring a new unwrapped gift or cash donation to any Winnipeg Jets home game before Dec. 18th or to any of our Jets Gear locations (St.Vital, PoloPark, Kildonan Place, MTS Centre & MTS Iceplex).

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